This announcement may be used to fill all current or future full-time, part-time, temporary, limited service, and seasonal openings at agencies statewide.
This announcement may be used to fill both regular and bilingual openings throughout the state. If you read, write, and/or speak Spanish, please apply for this position. Successful bilingual applicants may have their names certified to both regular and bilingual hiring lists.
- Seasonal positions usually work 51 weeks per year dependent upon workload.
- Length of limited service appointments are determined by the availability of funds such as grants and/or timeframes such as pilot projects or program termination. Appointments to a limited service position have permanent classified status (with limited layoff rights) after successful completion of entrance probation and shall receive, no later than the date of hire, a written agreement describing the non-career nature of the job and the duration of employment. Updated agreements are required every two (2) years.
Temporary appointments from this announcement, serving at least one thousand forty (1,040) hours of continuous service, may be hired as an entrance probationary employee without further examination for the same classification and location as announced.
Responsibilities May Include:
- Provides front-line customer service and specialized information regarding department rules, policies, procedures and programs.
- Answers phones, screens and routes calls, takes messages and schedules appointments.
- Assists individuals in securing services, permits and licenses.
- Questions visitors to determine needs or purpose of visit and interviews clients/visitors to obtain program-related data.
- Performs a variety of office support functions such as producing labels, forms, and routine letters; verifying completeness of applications and forms; maintaining record systems.
- Explains eligibility or compliance requirements and services/programs available.
- Responds in writing to request for pertinent program information.
To qualify for this position, you must have experience:
Part 1 - Minimum Qualifications (Pass/Fail). Part 2 - Multiple-Choice Written Exam (100%). If you meet the minimum qualifications as shown in Part 1, you will receive a Pass score and can then take Part 2 (the online written examination). You must receive a Pass on Part 1 and a minimum score of 60 on Part 2 in order to be put on the register for these positions. Both Part 1 and Part 2 must be completed by the closing date of this announcement. Notification of your test results will be available online once you have completed each part of the exam.
To preview the minimum qualifications screening exam (Part 1), click on the "Preview Exam" link below (you will not be able to answer the questions from this screen). If you wish to proceed, click on any Apply Online button and follow the instructions provided.
The multiple-choice written examination (Part 2) for this position can only be taken once every three months. Once you apply and take the exam, you can reapply when your score expires. At that time you will need to retake the written examination.
Please do not attempt to take the exam using a phone or tablet, as those devices are not currently supported.
This is a timed exam. You will have 60 minutes to complete this exam. It is recommended that you do not start this exam if there is a chance you will be interrupted. Once you hit the start exam button, your time will continue to count down until your 60 minutes is up. If you do not complete the exam within the 60 minutes, you will have to wait until your three months is up before you can take the exam again.
View Sample Written Exam Questions
How to Apply:
Click on any Apply Online button and follow the instructions provided to complete the Application Checklist, the minimum qualifications screening exam (Part 1), and the online multiple-choice written exam (Part 2) for this position.
When completing your online application information, please select:
- All Agencies you are willing to accept employment with under "Agencies"
- All Conditions of employment that you are willing to work under "Job Type/Shift"
- All Cities that you are willing to accept employment in under "Cities"
If you are not willing to work statewide, please do not select statewide when choosing the cities in which you are willing to work. Choose only the cities and agencies where you would be willing to accept employment.
When updating your online application information, complete/update all items in the Application Checklist. (This includes: Personal Information, Education, Work History, Cities, Agencies and Job type.) Without this information your name cannot be referred to the hiring Agency.
To be an employee of the Idaho State Tax Commission you must be a current tax filer. Before a final job offer is made, candidates must be finger printed by the Idaho State Police and undergo a background investigation.
The Idaho Department of Health & Welfare is a drug-free workplace. Any applicant offered employment in this position at the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare will be required to pass a pre-employment drug test.
Many positions with the Department of Health & Welfare also require applicants to pass a criminal background investigation after a conditional offer of employment.
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their campuses to all job applicants. Click here to read the Boise State University Safety Report.
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Idaho State Government!